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As rightly said by our ancestors, “Health is Wealth”, we all need to focus on our physical and emotional well-being from time to time. Panchvati Diagnostic Center​ was established around 15 years with a mission of giving back reliable diagnostic services to the society.

It has been on a growing trend ever since. The entire team of Panchvati diagnostic center strives for perfection and provides the highest level of diagnostic care to patients. The reliability and authenticity of the quality of work done is borne out by the fact that doctors and their families usually prefer to get their own scans/laboratory tests done at our center.


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Established 15 years ago, Dynamic Diagnostic Center is on a mission to develop trust and faith in the minds of our patients and ensure reliability of timely reports. At Panchvati, utmost care is taken to deliver authentic and prompt results in a hygienic facility that meets international quality standards.


With a clear Vision of Charity​, Dynamic aims at giving back to the society good and reliable diagnostic services​ at their centers which meet Quality Standards established Internationally​. We, at Panchvati, pride ourselves in being the first not only Charitable but most Ethical Organization in the Medical Field.


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What Is a CT Scan?

A computerized tomography scan (CT or CAT scan) uses computers and rotating X-ray machines to create cross-sectional images of the body. These images provide more detailed information than normal X-ray images. They can show the soft tissues, blood vessels, and bones in various parts of the body. A CT scan may be used to visualize the:


  • head
  • shoulders
  • spine
  • heart
  • abdomen
  • knee
  • chest

Why Is a CT Scan Performed?

A CT scan has many uses, but it’s particularly well-suited for diagnosing diseases and evaluating injuries. The imaging technique can help your doctor:

  • diagnose infections, muscle disorders, and bone fractures
  • pinpoint the location of masses and tumors (including cancer)
  • study the blood vessels and other internal structures
  • assess the extent of internal injuries and internal bleeding
  • guide procedures, such as surgeries and biopsies
  • monitor the effectiveness of treatments for certain medical conditions, including cancer and heart disease
  • The test is minimally invasive and can be conducted quickly.

How Is a CT Scan Performed?

Your doctor may give you a special dye called a contrast materialto help internal structures show up more clearly on the X-ray images. The contrast material blocks X-rays and appears white on the images, allowing it to highlight the intestines, blood vessels, or other structures in the area being examined. Depending on the part of your body that’s being inspected, you may need to drink a liquid containing the contrast. Alternatively, the contrast may need to be injected into your arm or administered through your rectum via an enema. If your doctor plans on using a contrast material, they may ask you to fast for four to six hours before your CT scan.

When it comes time to have the CT scan, you’ll be asked to change into a hospital gown and to remove any metal objects. Metal can interfere with the CT scan results. These items include jewelry, glasses, and dentures. Your doctor will then ask you to lie face up on a table that slides into the CT scanner. They’ll leave the exam room and go into the control room where they can see you and hear you. You’ll be able to communicate with them via an intercom.

While the table slowly moves you into the scanner, the X-ray machine will rotate around you. Each rotation produces numerous images of thin slices of your body. You may hear clicking, buzzing, and whirring noises during the scan. The table will move a few millimeters at a time until the exam is finished. The entire procedure may take anywhere from 20 minutes to one hour.

It’s very important to lie still while CT images are being taken because movement can result in blurry pictures. Your doctor may ask you to hold your breath for a short period during the test to prevent your chest from moving up and down. If a young child needs a CT scan, the doctor may recommend a sedative to keep the child from moving.

Once the CT scan is over, the images are sent to a radiologist for examination. A radiologist is a doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions using imaging techniques, such as CT scans and X-rays. Your doctor will follow-up with you to explain the results.



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How do CT scans differ from MRI scans?

CT and MRI images sometimes look very similar, but the equipment used to perform the scans is different. CT uses ionizing radiation just as with a routine X-ray, while MRI uses a magnetic field. Depending on the clinical indications, one may be preferred over the other, or both may be desirable. CT scanners are faster and as a result, claustrophobia and movement are not as problematic as with the MRI scanner.

Who performs the CT scan?

Medical radiation technologists specially trained in the operation of CT scanners perform the procedure. All technologists must be members of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario, and have passed qualifying examinations. The technologist also administers oral and intravenous contrast.

What will I feel during the scan?

CT scanning causes no pain, just as a routine X-ray is painless. If intravenous contrast is used, you may feel warm and flush and get a metallic taste in your mouth. These sensations normally disappear after a few minutes.

How long will the scan take?

The time required will depend upon the type of scan. If oral contrast is required, about 45 to 60 minutes is needed for the contrast to move through your digestive tract. Actual scan times vary from a few seconds to several minutes. If no oral contrast is required, the examination will take about 15 to 30 minutes, including the time for intravenous preparation and interview. In some cases additional scanning is required as scans are tailored to suit individual diagnostic needs.

Will I need to drink anything?

Most abdominal scans require the patient to drink a barium sulfate oral contrast mixture. This mixture is flavoured and not at all unpleasant. Oral contrast highlights the stomach and upper intestine providing the radiologist with a detailed image for review. If you are scheduled for a CT scan requiring oral contrast, you will be asked to arrive one hour before the scan time.

Should I arrive early to see if I can get in earlier?

No. You should arrive at the designated booking time, and check in at the Medical Imaging Reception desk. Appointment times are given in 15 minute increments. Very rarely are there openings in the schedule to permit you being scanned earlier than your appointment time.


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